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    May 3, 2014
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tonight on huckabee, denoil. >> the documents released are explicitly about the broader areas separate from the attack on benghazi. >> dismissal. >> benghazi, benghazi, benghazi, why aren't we talking about something else. >> conspiracy theorys by the republicans and this one turned out to be bogus. >> where is the truth? >> we knew it was a hostile action. >> the house begins a new investigation in the benghazi attacks. >> as clipper's owner donald sterling fights the nba.
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kareem abdull jabber said the log should have acted a long time ago. ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. (applause) >> thank you, thank you very much. and welcome to huckabee, from the fox news studios in new york city. september of 2012, just days after the brutal murders of four americans in the diplomatic outpost in benghazi, libya, i was perhaps to say outright that our government loyed to us about what happened. it is been two years, and through subkwent hearings and leaks and investigative reports and ever- changing reports from the current administration, i never had to recant or clarify my original blunt statement. this week judicial watch finally obtained bombshell e-mails
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revealing that the top white house aide instructed susan rice to go on shoes and spin the loy that benghazi was due to a video. ine caught with the pants down, the white house continued to play the american public for fools, giving comments like these from white house press hack jay con man carne. >> why are you would hoking back the information and why was it not turned over to the congress and released with all of the other e-mails and it is directly relevant. >> john. >> why did it take a court case. >> i can say again and dpaen and you can keep asking again and again. this document was not about benghazi. >> right? not only president obama who has ricky ri cardo has explaining to do.
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but hillary clinton announces candidacy for president she would have explaining as well. >> famous adattempted to take the call about a crisis at 3 o'clock a.m. >> your children are safe and a sleep. who do you want answering the phone? >> i am hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> as it turns out it was not a 3 o'clock a.m. call a waking her out of a ambienn induced stupor that we have to worry about. it was a call at 5:00 in the afternoon from american personnel begging for help for their lives and there is no record of the conversation. there is record of the president going to bed and getting a good night sleep before he jetted off on air force one for a political fun raiser.
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but no special forces were scrambled to rush to the sounds of the guns in benghazi and rescue our fellow americans under siege. a surreal moment came thursday night in an interview with bret baier tommy vitor, former national security spokesman pretended he couldn't remember something as trivial as benghazi. >> you also changed text to demonstrations in the talking points. >> i don't remember. >> you don't remember. >> dowd, it was two years ago. >> dude, it is the thing everyone is talking about. >> is this someone we gave top security clearance to? he sounds like a scene from wayne's world. i would love for him to face the families of the four americans murdered that night. and oh, dowd that was two years ago, disgraceful! and to cover up the original loy was told so often democratic members of
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congress became immune to the tragedy and fought it as a witch hunt. most of the mainstream press ignored the story and the white house was so bold to call the entire incident a phony scandal. president obama and vice-president biden and hillary clinton clinton promised to get to the bottom of it. and find out who was responsible for that little video. maybe that was easier than trying to fine out who was responsible for the actual murders and the subsequent loys and cover ups. they knew then and know now it was not about a video. we once had real newspapers and broadcast news outlets that cared about a government lying to the people and lying and covering up in watergate ultimately resulted in a president resigning and several top aides going to president. there are different differences between watergate and benghazi.
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the press didn't look the other way and in watergate neither did congress. and in watergate, no one died. i promised charles wood, father of tyroen woods that i would not forget the sacrifice of his son. i keep a photoof tyroen that charles knave me in my office as a remainer and that photois not coming down until the truth does and somebody answers for what happened. i will serve notice for hillary clinton if she runs for president. sonar or later you are going to have to worry for this. >> what difference does it make? >> let me tell you the difference? >> those four murdered that night can't run or hide and hillary, neither can you. that's my thought. non friday house oversight subpeona secretary of state john ker toe testify on may 21st about the newly revealed
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benghazi documents including an e-mail from advisor ben rh odes who listed goals for susan rice to convey on the sunday talk she. underscore these protests are rotted in an internet video and not a broader failure of policy. >> joining me now clare lopez. clare, it is great to have you here and i want to get right into this question. do you think that the refalations and particularly the ben rh odes it is clear that the white house and not someone deep in the cia, but the white house itself had spectacularly taken out references to al-qaeda and talked about the video that we know was not true, is that a game- changer and if so, why? >> yes, governor, i think you are absolutely right. it is a game- changer and judicial watch was able to get these e-mails, the one from ben
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rh odesand a slew of others as well. they show that the white house and not just the cia know acting director mike morel took part in the alteration but the white house, highest levels in the white house altered those talking points to remove references to al-qaeda, to it being a terrorist attack and for the crass political purpose of shielding a presidential campaign. >> many of your former colleagues in the cia where you work, i am curious of how they reacted to the fact they were scrape goated through the whole process and it was their fault and they changed the talking points and they said don't send anyone in and change the security, i have to think that there are people deep in the agency who are utterly frustrated and angry they are blamed for things over which they had no control.
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could you speak to that and tell me is that an accurate assess am? >> i have been out of the cia for many years, i would expect many good and patriotic people serving there that are frustrated by what happened in libya and in benghazi. i would have to say in in addition to the talking points which the cia participated, think about the role not just that agency our entire top level of u.s. government organizations and national security, the initial participation in libya, in 2011, when all of the above department of state. department of defense, white house, national security council and intelligence community, all participated and agreed in helping to facilitate the delivery of weapons to al-qaeda, the militias that overthrew gha
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d difi. came back and attacked our mission and keld our people. >> secretary of state john kerry will be up before congress and what do you think we will hear from him when he appears before that committee? >> governor, i hope they ask him about the archives of the documents and the records that would have been accumulated and hopefully savedurn his predecessor then secretary of state hillary clinton, and that would include of course, all of the roars of the telephone calls, the video, and whatever there might be of the mission and the attack that night and the cable traffic that was pouring in from all directions on that night. it would also include hopefully the record of cable traffic from other departments, military commands for instance and about what they were doing and how ready they were to step in and go forward and to mount an attempt at lost of a rescue of
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our people, and how and why they were held pack from acting. all of those things for the state department records and hopefully secretary of state john kerry will be asked about those. >> i hope so. clare, thank you for joining us and great to have you here. >> thank you so much. >> house speaker john boehner is announcing he will select a special committee on the investigation. we'll talk to texas berjess on that. >> go to my website at mikehuckabee.com. you can connect with me on facebook and follow my messages on twitter or leave commens on the feedback section on mikehuckabee.com. ♪ ding ♪ do you have something for pain? i have bayer aspirin.
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>> the instruction from the
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obama administration, house speaker john boehner is appointing a select committee to investigate the attacks. meanwhile texas cram introduced a bill 5 million to anybody who gives information leading to the arrest in benghazi. >> thank you. >> last year, you have congressman who sponsored a piece of legislation that would have called for the select committee. the speaker said we will appoint one. should we have done this before? >> obviously i thought so and agreed with chairman wolf on this. you know, governor, it is not this people haven't done work, they have. but like five fingers and no palm. you can't get a grasp or purchase on anything. the committee jurisdiction may run out. and the couldn't nuity.
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will be provided and i got to tell you. this is a heavy burden to carry and that is why we are not proceedings with the investigation. everywhere i go in texas and otherwise, i have to answer that question. for the first time yesterday, i felt i no longer had to answer that question. i want you to help walk our audience the select committee. what is difference between the government oversight and process itself who gets appointed and who sits on the committee. what happens. walk our audience. >> frank wolf was specific about the make up of the select committee. i don't know if they will actual follow and pass a house resolution 36 that frank wolf introduced it is the speaker who selects the members of the committee. mr. wolf recommend from the five committees of jurisdiction
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republican and democrat. the speaker his the jurisdiction. he may want to bring someone from outside to function in a special role. i am okay with that as well. i just want answers and peace for the families. is there a difference tone the select committee and they are able to look at anything. are they limited on what they can ask for in like the judiciary committee. can they go anywhere they want to go in the investigation? >> they will be defined in the legislation that passes. if you want to do it right, you will have to give them free reign. i would underscore, governor, the house committee has looked at this and a lot of the work has been done. and the september intelligence committee put out a thorough report. even the redakted part of the thorough. and a lot of the work was done and in some cases pulling things
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together and running down leads that were stopped because of jurisdiction issues. you have to have the subpeona power and i would like to so who ever in charge to bring charges directly in federal court and not go through the attorney general. >> i think that is a good ponent because the attorney general will never file anything against somebody in the obama administration. will the they be able to compel hillary clinton to provide testimony. >> you do get in legal issues there. but for the life of me, i can't believe she would not want to be forth coming. she was the one who came to a classified briefing that we had shortly after it all happen and said i want to get in to the bottom. it will be thorough and ruthless. and the accountability review
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board didn't find anything and held no one accountable. i think she would want to be true to her world and not compelled to come testify but should volunteer. >> i think she should and i hope she will. >> what about benghazi survivors, congressman. they will be able to come forward and tell their stories, they have been pretty much deep-six in the investigation. >> that's right. the individuals need a subpeona and can't come forth and testify because of the nature of the work they were doing in the ground and other countries. finally we'll be able to cut through the blocking issues, and bring forth the people that can provide the information. let's remember that diplomatic security people were on the ground and dod had people on the ground. there were three attacks over 7 or 8 hours and the whole
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business we anyhow we didn't have time to get there. you didn't know how long it would last. will someone explain that fact with the american people. i struggle with that every night. >> congressman, thank you for joining us. i think a lot of the people think you made that chlorrer. thank you for being here. >> thank you, governor. >> there are new developments in the case of justina pelletier. and the director of the massachusetts department resigns. details coming up. really... so our business can be on at&t's network for $175 dollars a month? yup. all five of you for $175. our clients need a lot of attention. there's unlimited talk and text. we're working deals all day. you get 10 gigabytes of data to share. what about expansion potential? add a line anytime for 15 bucks a month. low dues... great terms... let's close. new at&t mobile share value plans. our best value plans ever for business.
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almost 15 months ago. week head of massachusetts olga rosch resigned under fire following the deaths of three children. governor duvall patrick appointed a replacement. meanwhile a reuniction plan was yet to presented by the peliters. jennifer is here to give up an update. >> thank you. >> all over the case this case touched a nerve with people and they can't believe something like this happen. yesterday you were supposed to have a visit and reunification plan discussed and you got to see your sister and unexpected things happen and tell us about the visit and what happened. >> during the visit justina mentioned to us if she is okay
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and did anything happen and she started talking about the situation that happen at way side in a shower and she was upset about it. she said that this employee at way side opened the shower curtain and this person was not supposed to be in the area of justina's showering area and she didn't have permission or access to the quarters and that let alone is disturbing and actually open a shower curtain on a child while they are naked and yell at them and justina spoke up and said to her, this is my private area and the lady accused my sister of talking to her. someone is in a shower and they opened the curtain to me. not somebody that would not, she
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would never act out badly. and that's why the situation doesn't make sense of her being in a behaviorial facility now. justina spoke up and she said it twice to us. and then in the end of the visit myself and my parents we spoke up to the d~ cf employee. her name is get connedin and saying she needs to talk about justina. no, you have to listen to it from justina and justina spoke up and said what happened and how that employee started yelling at her while she was showering. and anyways, what ended up happening, after they listened to her, she has to go back. no, she's not going back there. she has no other place to go. she said no, we have custody of justina. i said you are going to put her
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back in harm's way after what my sister spoke up about. she said we have no room. called the police because i am not going to let my sister go back in harm's way and i have spoken up before. i will not let her be another number in the the system. snshs jennifer, this is a troubling case. d~ cf said yesterday that your sister was loying and that really didn't happen and all of this is stuff made up. and this is what they said about her medical condition and she made tup and she is really not sick. do you think your sister is loying and your parents are unfit. those are the allegations that kept justina in custody for 15 months. no, i do not think my little sister is lying and my parents are not unfit. we are a loving family. we all say that. and my little sister would not
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do going to put yourself in the wrong situation. she's never been like a bad kid. she's always been a great kid and in school, they would put her in tone the two kids that would not be acting properly to level and smooth things out. for them to a kouz my sister of that, that is disturbing and on top of it, i thought they haven't spoke out on things like everything they can't talk about a private matter and now accusing my sister of highing, it makes no sense. >> it really doesn't make sense. there is no consistency what so ever. and your mother wrote a touching letter. and i have gone through it. it is an honest and letter from a mother's heart that your mother wrote to the new commissioner of children and families in massachusetts and i read it, it sounds like a mom who loves her daughter and wants her home. are you hopeful, jennifer that
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justina is going to be home son? >> i am very hopeful. i met with the secretary last week on tuesday with rev repped patrick mahoney. and he looked me in the eye and said he's working on getting my sister back home in connecticut. and i told him she needs to be home before her 16th birthday which is may 24th. and i keep staying neutral and not let myself get excited or the other way. but my little sister deserves to be home. that's what she wants and asks for and people should listen to her. >> i couldn't agree more. we'll continue to follow this until she is home with your family. jennifer, thank you very, very much. >> thank you. the nba gave donald sterling the hook. and the man who invented the sky
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hook said signs were there that it sterling was racist for a long time. kareem is going to join me next to talk about it. stay with us. those litt things still get you.
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the nba said it will soon appoint a ceo to manage the la clippers. this comes days after donald sterling was banned from all future nba activities. he was fined over 2 million for racist remarks. secretary of state john kerry speaking to russian counterpart by phone while traveling for ethiopia to congo today. russia denies allegations that it is promoting unrest in the region. >> and california chrome,
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and what are we learning from all of this and why isn't it a surprise to people? >> i think it shouldn't be a surprise to people because of what we have learned from the court days against mr. sterling and the federal case where he discriminated against blacks and latinos and people with children, that was just the tip of the iceberg. so these things are going on for a long time but nobody ever dealt with it, you know, straightforward. sometimes i think that a lot of white people don't understand the fact that racism is real. more white people believe in ghosts than believe in racism is real sometimes. and that bothers me. this is it an ongoing problem and sometimes we have to take a moment and deal with. it >> it is obviously very real with donald sterling and the comments he made were
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outrageous. is it possible that the nba could take the franchise away and you can own the clippers and concessions and building, but you can't play in the nba because your team is going to be disenfranchised from the ability to play; is that one of the options that the nba might have? >> i am pretty sure the commissioner has a lot of power and the board of governors, when they meet, that is t of the owners, and they have a number of ways of dealing with this, and i am sure they will find an appropriate way to deal with this. the whole idea is that someone like mr. sterling should not be the face of nba ownership. nba is about inclusion. and that is not what he understands at all. this is a great thing that that has happen. >> in your storied career, you faced levels of racism in college and up through the pros.
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react to this on a personal level. kareem abdull- jabber that had to prove yourself every day and week after week. how does this kine of a thing hit you personally? >> personally, i am disappointed because a lot of progress is been made. in the first year in the league. milwaukee bucks hoired the first black general manager and i played for him and i saw in my sport, the door open again and again for minorities and people who are heretofore not had much opportunity. and so i have seen a lot of progress. it is a long ways to go. when swayings like this a rise it is good to so that people care and step forward to do something about it. >> you put together a compelling documentary called on the shoulders of giants. the greatest basketball team
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people never heard of. it is an amazing story and i never heard of the harlem wrens. it is it an incredible story and tell me why it is important to get the story out about the amazing basketball team that no one ever heard of? >> i think it is amazing because people have an idea that there is always professional basketball that is open to everybody. and for a couple of decades, black americans had to try to fight to play professional basketball with the rest of the league. blacks were seggeigated and all sports were segeigated at that time. the nba started out for the first three years of existence, it was segregated and in 1950, they decided not dealing with what was going on now and they got with it and integrated the league. it's been a great story that got
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marking the national day of prayer, focus on the family james dobbson called out president obama on his policy on abortion. >> president obama before he was elected made it clear he wanted to be the abortion president. he didn't make any bones about it that this is something that he really was going to promote and support. he has done that. >> joining me is the president and ceo and family leader and author of the new bock bon bender grass. great to see you. >> great to be here. >> national day of prayer was this week. this event has gone on from the earliest days of american history. presidents democrats and republicans have participated. hasident obama given
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a short shrift to the national day of prayer. instead of focus on the indifference, we need to go back to the wisdom of the founding fathers and early president who believed that blessed is it a nation whose god at this time lord. as a matter of fact presidents and founders they would call for days of fasting and humiliation and prayer so we would be dependent on him for blessings. >> i don't think people know. i read the prayers of franklin roosevelt. they were explicit prayers and create a uproar if anybody were to say them. how we lost our sense of spiritual direction as a nation? >> i believe we have. and what is interesting, any time we encounter a crisis point we go back to what matters. that is after 9/11 republicans and democrats, they filled the
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steps of the capitol and sang god bless america. the sanctuaries of the country are filled and the national day of prayer is so important to stay focused on him all of the time and not just in times of crisis. >> pray for our nation and pray for america. when we say that, it seems like a trite statement and no one takes. okay, god bless america. your book modelled the verse. if my people called by my name shall humble themselves and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then will i hear from heaven and heal their lapd. there is a bunch of stuff that has to happen before the healing.  >> you go through the verses and scriptures recollects god lays out revival is not complicated.
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they're a kristyap rock band from australia. there is six album asks their latest son "god is not dead" is and dean kane. >> three little words. god is dead. >> i can't do what you want. i'm christian. >> you think you're smarter than me? you think there's any argument you can make that i won't have an answer for. in that classroom, there is a god and i'm him. >> joining me now, news boy. great to have you guys. thanks for being here. michael, let me just ask you because you guys did the title track for the al -- the movie. this thing has blown up. i mean, everybody in hollywood was shocked it was such a big hit movie. were you surprised that the message of the movie resonated with young people so much?
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>> we were all shocked, all of us. we were hoping the movie would do $5 million or $10 million. this one, it's blown up. i think there's so much out there in the world today, governor, so much stuff going on. and people being inundated by multimedia and stuff. every now and then, you have to have a fresh breath of goodness. let people know god is not only dead, he's roaring like a lion in the heart of every believer. after a while, this message had to resonate. >> this movie was a huge success, but this song, over 6 million views on youtube alone, blows my mind. >> yeah. >> let's do the title cut from the film. the hit film "god's not dead." >> let's do it. >> all right.
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♪ ♪ be a revolution somehow ♪ let love explode and bring the dead to life ♪ ♪ a love so bold could be a revolution somehow ♪ ♪ now i'm lost in your freedom ♪ and the world can overcome ♪ my god's not dead he's surely
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alive ♪ ♪ on the inside like a lion ♪ god's not dead he's surely alive ♪ ♪ living on the inside roaring like a lion ♪ ♪ roaring roaring like a lion ♪ he's roaring he's roaring ♪ and by above come chase the ground with the sound of revival ♪ ♪ shake the ground with the sound of revival ♪ ♪ he's living on the inside roaring like a lion ♪ ♪ god's not dead surely alive ♪ he's living on the inside
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roaring like a lion ♪ ♪ god's not dead surely alive ♪ he's living on the inside roaring like a lion ♪ ♪ god's not dead surely alive ♪ ♪ he's living on the inside roaring like a lion ♪ ♪ roaring roaring like a lion ♪ he's roaring he's roaring roaring like a lion ♪ ♪ roaring like a lion ♪ our god is alive >> that's newsboys. god is not gdead, and neither i my audience. i'll be back with my closing thought after this. passion...
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comcast business built for business. in the wake of the scandal regarding the racist and bigoted comments of all around hypocrite donald sterling, i have observed some things. we of course now have to have another national conversation about race, according to the pundits. really? i mean, some philandering old curmudgeon who is married to one woman, spends $1.8 million on his girlfriend who is half black and half latino and is less than half his age. he may very well be a racist, but he's for sure a creep. he's no more representative of all the white people of america than al sharpton is representative of all the black people. people are individuals. and frankly, some individuals are racist. but they represent themselves. not everyone who shares something in common with them. if a teenager hurls an insult at
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me, i just assume the kid didn't have good parents who taught him how to behave. i don't blame every teenager in america because i met one who didn't have enough time in the time-out chair when he was 3 years old. if a baseball player gets in a fight in a bar and punched something, i don't assume that everyone associated with baseball is some violent drunk. this is not all about all the white people or all the black people. this is about donald sterling and how he behaves like the south end of a northbound mule. the nba commissioner pretty much gave sterling the equivalent of the sports industry death penalty. he acted quickly, sternly, and decisively. he handled questions from the press calmly, firmly, and factually. will wack job sterling have a case against the nba because the conversations were taped privately and giving to the press from a jilting girlfriend? you know what the irony is going
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to be? if he does go to court, it's likely going to be a civil rights case. but that's not a jury i would want to sit on. well, that's it for now. this is mike huckabee from new york. good night and god bless. stay tuned for justice with jeanine pirro. >> hello, and welcome to justice. i'm judge jeanine pirro. thanks for being with us tonight. this is the biggest cover-up since watergate. a story no one wants to talk about. he didn't protect your sons, so he could protect his presidency and the wanna be future presidency of his then secretary of state. he didn't protect your sons, choosing instead to protect the feelings of those in the muslim world. this week, ben rhodes white house e-mail is the benghazi smoking gun. susan rice was prepped to say the so-called protests were